They're still drinking the Kool-Aid.
Only a third of Americans say they think the president is "too extreme."
Among the public at large, less than a third say they think the ex-president did enough to condemn the siege of the U.S. Capitol by his supporters.
The Suffolk University/USA Today survey also highlighted Trump voters' remarkable denial of Capitol riot facts.
"More money" may be an easier message to sell than "bipartisanship," a new HuffPost/YouGov survey on coronavirus relief finds.
Republicans remain more likely to define themselves as Trump supporters than supporters of his party, a new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds.
White evangelicals are an exception, according to a new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute.
Donald Trump's presidency was marked by stable, negative ratings. Biden starts out with a broader pool of potential supporters.
A new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds little faith in the U.S. system of government — or in the wisdom of other Americans.
Most backers of the new president expect him to make an effort at bipartisanship, a new survey finds.